If you have three kids, you might often find yourself running in triangles. It’s hard to keep up as a parent when you’re outnumbered. But there is one thing that comes with being a parent of three – experience.
You’ve been the typical first time parent who tries to do everything perfect, fails miserably, and then blames themselves.
Then you became a second time parent who realized that none of it was your fault, parenting is hard as hell and no matter what you do, kids are going to turn out however they were meant to.
The third time around, you’re comfortable and confident. You don’t mess around with bedtimes and you’ve mastered the “mom look.” You’ve learned how to support other parents and when to keep your mouth closed. But most importantly, you know not to blink for fear of missing a single moment.
So welcome to the Running in Triangles website- a place to get information, resources and support for surviving parenthood, no matter how many kids you have or where you are on your parenting journey.
N E W FOR 2018!
To start off the new year right, I’ve launched a series of postpartum depression guest posts. Running in triangles is all about surviving and no one has survived more than mothers battling postpartum depression. The guest posts will be the personal stories of mothers, both bloggers and non-writers alike, who share the raw and real details of what postpartum depression is really like.
To read these guest posts, as well as existing blog posts from other talented mom bloggers, and to find out more information about how to submit your own story, click on the image below.